Basilica of the Most Holy Trinity, Portugal

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Fátima, Nazaré, Óbidos & São Martinho do Porto Full-Day Tour

1. Fátima, Nazaré, Óbidos & São Martinho do Porto Full-Day Tour

This 8-hour from Lisbon stops first at Fátima, where the famous apparitions of Our Lady of Fatima occurred. Explore the Sanctuary and experience the peaceful environment of this pilgrimage site. Visit the Chapel of the Apparition and the Holy Trinity Cathedral. See the houses of the little shepherds as well. Continue the journey to Nazare, known around the world for its giant waves and McNamara's world record for the largest wave ever surfed. Enjoy lunch at the beach and see the giant waves for yourself. Next stop is Óbidos, a place of ancient legends and miracles. Enter the walls of the most romantic village in Portugal and experience what it was like to live in medieval times.

From Lisbon: Fatima, Batalha, Nazare & Óbidos Full-Day Tour

2. From Lisbon: Fatima, Batalha, Nazare & Óbidos Full-Day Tour

After pick up at the hotel, the tour start in direction of one of the most important Christian Sanctuary in the world, located in Fatima. You will visit a religious item factory, where you can acquire those items to be blessed in the Sanctuary. You will have time to assist the mass, reflect and visit the Chapel of Apparitions, Holy Trinity Basilic and Our lady of Rosario Basilic, where the 3 shepherds, all canonized, are buried. After these spiritual moment, head to Batalha, with a mandatory stop at the monastery of Batalha, classified by the UNESCO as world heritage. Build in honor of the victory over the Castilians in the battle of Aljubarota, decisive to Portugal due to dynastic crisis. Following the tour, you will arrive to Nazaré, a fisherman village with beautiful white house and stunning cliffs. Even today, it is possible to see in its street and alleys the local culture and custom well portrayed. One of them, its people (the fishermen) wearing plaid shirts and black pants and the woman with traditional seven petticoats. Enjoy and get to know the village of Nazaré, as well as the natural phenomenon that takes place at Nazaré's North Beach where are surfed the biggest waves in the world. To finalize, you will see Obidos. A Medieval village, well preserved. For it's proximity of the Atlantic coast, it aroused the interest of invading peoples from the Iberian Peninsula, having been occupied by Lusitanians, Romans, Visigoth and Muslims, attributing to the latter the fortification of the village. Conquered from the Moors by King D. Afonso Henriques ( 1st time), having been definitively conquered in the reign of Sancho I. The village was donated in marriage by D Dinis ( 1279-1325) to Queen Santa Isabel during the nuptial spent there. This village became part of dowries for all the queens of Portugal until 1834. Inside of the walls, you will find a castle well preserve, a labyrinth of streets and white houses. Nowadays a lot of those houses are transformed into gift shop, restaurants and regional sweet stores. Between the flowered windows, colorful streets, churchs and squares, you can taste the ginjinha of Obidos, one of most traditional Portuguese liquors, obtained from the maceration of the cherry fruit, served normaly or in a chocolate cup, ending the day on a sweet way.

Portugal: Fatima, Aljustrel & Valinhos Trip with Picnic

3. Portugal: Fatima, Aljustrel & Valinhos Trip with Picnic

Discover Fatima, also known as the Altar of the World, on this private tour with a guide. Explore the places where the apparitions of the Angel of Peace took place and see other sacred locations in the town, too. After leaving Lisbon with your guide, head over to Loca do Cabeço where the first and third Apparitions of the Angel of Peace occurred. Then, drop by the Arneiro well, the location of the second apparition in 1916. Proceed to the house of San Francisco and Saint Jacinta and the house of Sister Lucia, both open for pilgrim visits. 1 kilometer from Aljustrel and 2 kilometers from the Sanctuary, you will find the Parish Church of Fatima, where the seers were baptized and integrated into the Christian community. Continue on to Cova de Iria, where the sanctuary's place of prayers and monuments are located. Then, visit the Chapel of the Apparitions, the exact location of the apparitions and considered as the heart of the Sanctuary. You will also see and contemplate in the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary, Basilica of the Holy Trinity, Cruz Alta, Fontanário, Azinheira Grande, and a temporary exhibition.

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What people are saying about Basilica of the Most Holy Trinity, Portugal

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Lovely experience from pick up to drop off! Our guide Andre Feldman, made the day enjoyable, memorable and meaningful with all the history and interesting facts about Fatima, Nazare and Obidos! And even managed to make quick stops to allow for photos to be taken. The times allocated to each activity was sufficient and attending part of the Sunday service made for a wonderful experience. I would definitely recommend this trip but cannot guarantee you’ll get Andre Feldman!

We had a great guide in Lues and we visited 3 wonderful places. I was lucky to have my picture taken with the niece of Francisco and Jacinta in their village and that was amazing beyond words.

Lovely day outside Lisboa with a very nice guide, Andreas, who shared a lot of quality info all the way (~ 10h). He definitely loves what he's doing. So, I warmly recommand this tour.

It was a wonderful experience, I really liked the script presented, the friendliness of the guide André and the historical guidelines provided by him.

Cool. Andre - our driver - guide turned out to be great. We recommend it to everyone